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SAT SI. LOUIS FEED STORE, DEPAOLI St TA BOR, Proprietors. HAY, CORN,^ GRAM, ETC. O ® -Vi- © -Ok. O ■%, Sold in Small Qnantitics at Wholesale Prices pirAli feed delivered to any part of the town free of charge. Feed t f a ii on Union street, under Firemen’s Hull. Send us a Dial order. A. Pointer''^-' s '' HANCOCK COUNTY, MISS. * Has as many live ami progressive people as any other part of thi; State, ami of course its merchants live strictly up to the best of’ business methods. They use letter heacls, hill heads, monthly statements, shipping fags, circular letters soliciting trade, ect., and should have all of die host quality ami especially should it be well and neatly printed. The first point is to make a good impression np on those of your patrons who will sec such work, hut the sharpest point is to know where to have such work done. Members ol the business fraternity and .all parties in need of such services will bo glad to learn that The Echo job minting office is the place. Work not only solicited from I toy St. Louis hut from all parts of Hancock county. We piv express charges. SEA COAST ECHO. Yacht Sails and Rigging We make a specialty of high-class Yacht Sells and Rigging at I xs. prices very much below those obtainable on the seaboard. Also / NNL Complete Outfits For Fishermen. I Sen t us dimensions of your boat and we will submit I VV \ s>i ‘* P' ans estimates on her complete outfit. / \ \ PI&£S c ts a mi narif?e Good Send 6c. (stamps) for new Illustrated Catalogue of Sails and Marine Goods. GEO. 0- CARPENTER & CO. 207 *° 2 1 So ‘ Water Si., CHICAGO, I^L. A- ukuueh ESTABLISHED 187(7 iT mT(.7.iidks A, Gerdes & Bro.. U\ Matos & Dealer in Cotton Dock, Br T Shlp .. a P cl Yftcllt Hardware and Fixtures, Oil, Hub Vhi. h lIKI IK ' 1 a ut °* all Brands, Nautical Instruments and bW P Be, ‘ Clocks, Oyster 1 ngues, Anchor chains, Windlasses, Etc : . YOUR FUTURE !;i l 1 ,- ,40V“ Ah Xw' > I , V.> iS 45 b Aft \ I % J OK Sv ' / ■ \ ~ /' (oj§ b J) / \jiractier7o?jt l 7p~ f IS IN YOUR OWN HAND. Jj?)*s! r) “ sB, > raei * to lH what the lines In yonr 5, -i llirlji ale. u will amuse you, If nothing mure, W,.?" 0 P.. c % ri ‘ m hnot explains itself. The n ; ‘ of t l‘‘ ; LINE OF LIFE indicates probable riJJ 0 . h C i h . I’ o ' l will live. Each BRACELET flB>Va llllrt y,years. Well-marked LINE OF *’ ra,n power; clear LINE OP "O'fame or riches. Both corablnetl mean и. A lll hie; hut you must keep up with modem Demi,i. 0 .e ln o t ’ .T 0 ® *'•! And plenty of these in IsnM.if? * aiuily Magazine, so attractively pie tslnss .?*. every member of the family Is enter- UWnS?S. a ;;S' n ln m>*lnes In one. ACLEAU Llvh .... , bespeaks tenderness; a etmigbt tr v.-t “A A peaceful life; the reverse If r™' * “ell - defined LIKli OF HEALTH ' J'l™ doctors’ hills ; so will the health hints tuw,S.' r J "INo lNo other magazine publishes so knihul. tu l n l er, ’sl the home circle. You will luc, TfOet to extremes of high spirits or d< spond lirv.ii.l™ have the GIRDLE OF VENUS well a,,„pr’ . P ®P four spirits by having Bemurest’s t " tead. By subscribing to It for IBM ft a gtl'ery of exquisite works of art rStinVi ue ,'l®'"me the ftipcrb premium picture, E? 25*J’ VP a I)aI y I” whicli Is almost a real §o§tiSSfV uto tbo oil painting which k you "‘M lava niHtaaine that cannot )y fHJ* * n the woild for lt beautiful butter, that will keep la<li ? n sr a tbo ’°pici of the day, and all the different Hems of Intercut about tho StCT l I'"’ 1 '"’ fur , n, shlng Interesting re; ling and ravl ' °, n d Hay. tor tlm w bole family ; •sfishinn “ emorcs l s Is not a fashion magazine, ,r i™it t ?b.h aro I erfect ' Ul >1 Ton get with It, lire all the pat term you w Ish to use during Jaat snh',2S?,i n a "Y ei *° you choose. Send In K s |l/“7 cr 'P' l ™t once, only JS 00, and you w ill V" 00 ,n value. Address tie pub ew V',;, dcnnlngs Demorest. 15 East 14th Bt., V° are unacquainted with the GW iPS™ lor a specimen cope. A large OUAD ll'Ue'stv ■ large TRIANGLE, ES'lf.’ I" 1 V FIB ST DIVIfHON OF THUMB, Eg Wclk,' i', ON .?„ BECON 'I' DIVISION, reason- ImbK r ,S* ! ,AI!NT OF JUITTEH betokens °1 hiUPt RN, prudence ; the SUN, in' VaMrio'i MARS coarage; MOON. Imaglna к. B a ! ? Te ° r Pleasure ; and MERCURY, ill hr ft,,r advice as above and yon lulity, Ule 10 Possess the last and most valuable S’-'WiWiiHiyiwiiHiiiijß PLAIN & FANCY ' E^ PRINTING NEATLY EXEO'J. ED at'this office .. ®Bs9Wimmwtw —l 1 :**nn • • MISSISSIPPI Iftews and Views IN THE NEW ORLEANS Tho Picayune hn ontnbllMiod at Jackson, the Capita) of Mississippi, a BUREAU OF INTELLIGENCE Ucdor tho Personal Management of that Experienced and Accomplished Mississippi Journalist, EDO AH S. WILHON, who will discuss freely and broadly all questions affecting tho political. Industrial commercial and social life of Mississippi. The Picayune has a c irrospondont at every Important point In Mississippi. The Picayune enters Mississippi on tho day of Its publication every morning, be fore 8 o’clock, and traverses 1U territory In numerous directions before nightfall. Mississippi Is thus supplied with u great metropolitan newspaper, containing reporrs of Interest from every part of tho world. At the same time. It gives to tho people of Mississippi, besides the news of their own state, special timely comment o-o everything of Interest to them, so that, to all Intents and purposes, tho Picayune has Jecome a Mississippi newspaper, without abating any of Its metropolitan character. Tho Sunday Picayune Is popular because It Is pocriess. The Weekly Picayune Is necessary to every well-conducted household, ami con tains more Mississippi news than any other newspaper. . Dally and Sunday Picayune... .$l2 a year Sunday Picayune $2 a year Weekly Picayune $1 a year NICHOLSON & CO., Proprietors. Now Orleans, POPLAR VI LIE HIGH SCHOOL, POPLARVILLE, Venrl River County, MISSISSIPPI. W. I. Thames, Principal. Second session opens Monday, Soutcm her 4, 1813, and cobtiii irs nine montliu. Our Curriculum includes all the studies per?uedin the host graded high schools in our State; also Bookkeeping, Latin,Music, Art and Elocution. Expenses.—Hoard 87.00 to 88.00 per month. Tuition, from $1.50 to 83.50 per month. Art 83.00. Elocution $l.OO. Wash ing 75 cents to $l.OO. Our people have erected ami equipped a mn uuiflcent building and are determined to make this school second to none in South Mississippi. We .invite a critical comparison of our inducements and prices with those of similar institutions. Send for circular. T. R.Wurns, See'.y School Board, Or W. I. THAMES, Principal, PoparviUe, Misss. lUY BT. LOUIS. MISB., SATURDAY, JUNE 23,1894. £(a Coast Cgdtg. ni\'s ,, (j I "ii'lun : i I EU<or Hint I U^\>. U. aoilKAt, t l'ri>ric-for. Official Journal ot Hancock county rurmors's Alliance. I An official of lliiiii'ock enmity Clmn- ctr y Court, MiMassijipi. TUIM OF SUBSCRIPTION: One <lol liir i>ei nmmm, strictly cash in mlvnnec Aaveitising vntes mono known noon nn -I'lirntion Job printing a specially, | I il'. F.cno ean bo found by visitor* end ini vrrtiMorn in Memphis, Tcnit., nt 88-40 JenoiMon street: in Now Ymk City nt • 0 liibiino Hniblinu; in Chicago at BGB <l '"I 370 Dearborn street. Advertisement* mill nnbm’ilptioiis rooelved lit either of thoso ofllrcs. ANNOUNCEMENI • . FOR CONUUKHH—OtIi District. v\ o ft to nnthoi it.oil to nnnnnneo Mr. WALTEII M, DENNY, of Jackson comity, ns a cmntidato for Concuss from tho iltli Congressimiiil Dis (licl of Mississippi, mibjccl lo tho notion ot I,he Demo ratio party. Election, Tiles any, Nov. 0, 'll. ECH CONORES”.—DiIi District. Wo are authorized to annomico Major OEOKGE M. (JoVAN, of Pike county is I, candlihuu for Con- Kl-CHS I com the 81x1b < JoligiVKsioiial Dis trust of Mississippi, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Election, Tues day, No\ .0, 1811 1. OK CONGRESS flth DlstrlctT" Wo are authorized to announce HON. THOS. It. STOCK DALE, of Pike county, as a candidate for Con- Rl'e-s honi rlie Sixth Congressional Dis trict of Mississippi, subject to t!ie action ol the Democratic party. Election, Tues day, Nov. (!, 1894. EDITOR IAL SOUIBS. When a man concludes to live for enjoyment alone ho seldom lives. Sand doesn’t improve sugar, but it would certainly improve the Democracy of some Senators. IJelva Lockwood can have the last word with the Virginia judges, now that she has been ad in titled to pi no tice in their courts. The pardon of ex-S'ale-Trcasurcr Hemingway by Gov. Stone is meet ing with approval by the press. The Echo thinks well of the action. Two gentlemen named Collin have been sent to the penitentiary in In diana for wrecking a bank, pther coffins are waiting for wreckers. Humph! Just suppose that Croker and I’arkhurst should have a personal collision in Europe, wlico they botli arc now traveling. Wouldn’t the hair fly. A judge has decided that owners of patent medicines must kepp prom ises made in their advertisements- It will be the turn of the circus pro prietors next. Win. Waller I’helps, a prominent Republican politician of New Jersey, died at his homo in Englewood, N. J., Sunday morning at one o’clock. Ho had been Minister to Austria and Minister to Germany, Jackson and Greenville will cele brate the ‘‘Glorious Fourth” in a magnificent style. Capt. Merry, of the I. C. 1!. 11 , will deliver an ora tion at Jackson on that day. What will Hay St. Louis and Waveland do? An Indiana county Republican convention lias resolved that ‘‘Har rison is the logical leader of tho par ty m t8!)G.” It was certainly un kind to unload the “logical” busi ness on the Harrison boom this early in the race. The Columbus, Miss,, Dispatch says: “The Dispatch returns thanks for an invitation to bo present at the commencement exercises ot the St. Stanislaus Commercial College at Bay St. Louis, Miss., on Wednesday, June 291 h. This institution will •compare favorably with any com mercial college in the South, being under excellent management and equipped with all modern appliances for giving a thorough business train ing to youth.” The good advice of the Oxford Globe seems well-nighl inexhaustible, j Following is the latest: Be careful i how you speak of a woman. It is the j easiest matter in the world to blast the fair reputation of her, even by the utterance of a single word of dis paragement. Her good name is all in all to her, and when yon taka that her naught remains but despair, des pair, despondency and sickening fumes of disgrace. So, young naan, when you attempt this, be sure to recollect that you, too, have the fin ger of scorn pointed at for worlds. Then on all occasions apply tho rule. DAY ST. I-01TS. The following is taken from the Excursionist, issued for distribution on lira Wednesday and Sunday ex- j cursion trains. It is reproduced here necausu Tin. Emo never lets a good thing about its town go by: The town is a clean and beautiful one, built on a high, dry bluff and [ shaded bylivc oaks and many trop ic. 1 tiecs. Behind it a vast pine forest stretches away for miles with many a broad driveway and innu merable meandering paths, beside whioh bloom (he jessamine and thou sauds of oilier lovely wild flowers. Oranges, pears, poaches, plums, figs and pecans are grow j o‘‘perfection, and a great variety of orchards and flower gardens make the town a love ly sight during the w inter and spring months. No belter fish and oysters can be Had anywhere than in Bay St. Louis, nor are they any more plentiful at any point in Hie world. Indeed tho fishing is unequalcd. Bass, trout, grouper, shcephoad, red fish and red snapper are caught by the thousand in these waters, while the oyster beds arc inexhaustible and the supply of crali, shrimp and other aquatic deli cacies plentiful. Sportsmen find ex cellent quail, snipe and wild fowl shooting within easy distances. The Bay cf St. Louis is an admir able piece of water for sailing and rowing. Tho breezes are lino and yet dangerous gales scarcely over oc cur. There avc many points ofiu lercsl lo visit by sail or row boat and a small steamer may lie had for ex cursions, picnics, etc. One of the chief advantages of this town over all other Gulf coast places is tho fact that it is the first high, dry, salubrious location east of New Orleans, which is but an hour and a half distant by tho Louis ville and Nashville Railroad. It Comes Too Late. Minnie Fitzpatrick, who for months past lias been hovering be tween life and death in the cancer ward of a Brooklyn hospital, came into possession Tuesday of a fortune which it is said will reach eight mil lion dollars. Since the beginning of the year every effort known to tho medical world has been made to keep her alive in order Hi at she might come into possession of the estate and make a legal disposition of the immense fortune. Some time ago, it is alleged, she was induced lo make a will in favor of certain phy sicians, but this instrument has hfen revoked, and it is now believed the bulk of the property is bequeathed lo tho Catholic University at Wash ington and that the liO'qiiial in which she lias been so long a patient is re. membered to Hie extent of a quarter of a million dollars. Mrs Fitzpul rifk’s first husband was a Confed erate general, and her second hus band was a very rich contractor of Baltimore. Col. Hemingway I'ardonud* A dispatch from Jackson, dated June IGlh, says: “Conformity lo the wishes of the people of the county and almost every district in the S’ato, as ex pressed through numerously signed petitions. Gov. Stone to-day affixed his signature to the pardon of Col. W. L. Hemingway, ex-State-Treas urer of Mississippi, and that gentle man walked forth from the peni tentiary walls a free man. The par doning of Col. Hemingway, in view of Hie doubts always entertained of Ins guilt and the convictions of his innocence that have been general throughout the State during the past several years will meet with approval everywhere. lie is to-day the recip ient of many congratulations from his friends here.” A company has been organized in London under the name “The Gi gantic Wheel and recreation Towers Cos., Limited ” The object is to con struct and pul up a wheel fifty feet larger in diameter than the Ferris wheel and witli market!and substan tial improvements upon the latter. It is to be crcc.cd at Earl’s Court Exhibition, and the work on it has already been begun. It is a little singular that England rarely invents or oiiTinatcs, but glories in making improvements on American inven tions. This is aboht fair, for, it is very well known it takes brain to in vent, skill is all that is neces sary to finish up and polish. A Cr.izy KccHoualhit. “Fvcry Confederate monument reared in the South is a stumbling block in the way of the progress of that part of the country. Northern capitaljwill not rally around a mon ument the plain purpose of which is to show hostility to the North, Such I demonstrations rs that in idchiuoud on Wednesday last will mil aid great ly in scraping the moss off that an cient town.” —The Now York Advcr- 1 User. The Dictionary scorns to be short of words adequate to express fitly the despicable nature of tho newspaper that would print such a sentiment us that contained in the foregoing para graph. Kevery Confederate monu ment in the Booth has dual signifi cance. hi the first place, it 14 a tri bute in tho honor and valor of those who gave up their lives for a principle —and no man may make greater sac rifice than that. 1 1 the second place, it reflects honor upon those who have reared the monument, for it tells of their gratitude and affect ion—and It is for the gratitude and affection of those that come after, that tho soldier bears ids breast to the cannon. And if those who came af er had refused to build those monuments, if they hud refrained upon any ground of impol icy ; if they had not shown the cour age of their gratitude ami affection--* would they have been worth living .among? Would they not have been justly despised by nil men of honor? Would they not have made proclama tion of 1111 utter bn .mess? l\ ould not tho Southern people have gone into history as a pack of ungrateful curs in whose, nature the instinct of genu in<; manhood was utterly lacking? Would such a people be worthy Ameiican citizenship? The more Confed* rate monuments reared on •Southern soil the nobler become the people who rear them. They are not to lie taken for evidences of disloyal ly. They are to be viewed a testi monials of the loyalty of love. The South is not hostile to the North, nor is the North hostile; to the South. It is only the New York Advertiser and its ilk that are hostile and wholly for sensational purposes. The country and the “section” are at peace, and the capitalists in the North have made so many and sucli enormous invest | incuts right in Ihe'Jshndow of the I monuments that they regard with I scorn any such expressions as those I which disgrace the columns of the New York Advertiser. —Appeal-Ava- lanche. A Little (drl Decorated. Ten-year-old Jennie Creek, of Mill Grove, Blackford county, Indiana, now wears the star of the French Legion of Honor, it appears that last September the girl was gather ing grasses and flowers along tho railroad track when she discovered a small bridge which was on fire, and almost burnt through. She could not put out tho fire and was too far away from any house to secure help ; and knowing that the passenger train was about due, she rundown the track and flagged it with her apron. The engineer managed to slop the train within a few feet of the bridge. The train was crowded witli people going to the world’s fair, and a collection was taken up for the little life-saver, winch amounted to tho munificent sum of 812.50, When the story of the deed reached Paris the director of the Legion of Honor wrote to the governor of Ohio for the girl’s address, and she was voted the medal.—Ex. Woman Suffrage in Kansas. Washington, Juno 21.— The de claration of the Kansas Populist Con vention for the woman’s suffrage amendment was not a surprise to the Congressional delegation from that State. Representative Broderick said the other day that he would not ho surprised to see the cause succeed. Not a few Republicans are in favor of it, he thinks, while the expression of tho Populist delegates may be fairly taken as showing its strength in tuat party. In the event of the election of of women to Congress an interesting question would be presented con ceruing her eligibility, Tho House is the judge of the qualifications of its members, but it is not thought that a State constitution would create a presumption in favor of a woman member elect that would largely in fluence the House. Representative Baker believe that a woman’s suffrage amendment would carry in Kansas. The Loiiisnua ('iipllul. An effort is to be made to induce! the Legislature of Louisiana to locale the Stale Capital at New Orleans,' that city agreeing to give two squares of ground on St. Charles avenue and 61000.000 if the Capital is located there. The Constitutional Convention hi Id in Louisiana LS"O removed lliu Capi tal from New Oi leans to Union Rouge because of the corrupt influences sur rounding it; hut I lie move has proven very unsatisfactory, as Union Rouge is an inaccessible point, poorly sup- j plied w ith holds, is off to one side of the Slate, and having only one rail road passing through it. It has been the custom, since the Capital was located there, for the Legislature to adjourn every Friday i veiling, the Stale thus losing one out 1 of every six during the session of the | Legislature. I'ilzhumoiiH anil Clioynski Measure' Anus at iioston. lioh Fitzsimmons and Joe ChonsU j fought a draw at the Boston theatre ! Monday night, before HOOP spec)a ! tors. Until the third round honors were 1 even, when Clioynski landed n left hander on the Australian’s jaw, .[trawling him on the liter. Lithe fourth and fifth rounds Fitzsimmons got in his work to ad vantage and floored his opponent re peatedly. The police slopped the light it the fifth round, and it was declared a draw, though Fit/, had the best of it. To Test Diamonds. An easy and trustworthy mode of determining whether n supposed dia mond is geiitiiiu or false is as fol lows: Fierce a hole in a card with a needle or a pin, and then look at it using the stone as a lensc. If the supposed diamond is genuine, you will see but one hole; if false, two will appear. With an imitation stone you may [also see the lines on the skin of your linger, with the true you cannot. The Appeal-Avalanche was sold at public auction at Memphis on Satur day last, having been bought in by an agent for W. J, Crawford, one of the principal owners of the Commer cial. The [taper was knocked down to its former owner, Mr. W. A. Col lier, for $05,800. The commission ers demanded that he should deposit 85.000 then and there to bind the sale. Mr. Collier requested the olll cer to go with him to a hank to get the money, which was refused, ami the paper was declared the property of the next bidder, who handed up $5,000, paid over SIO,OOO later in the day, and executed notes for bal ance. Mr. Collier gave notice of Ids intention to contest the sale in the courts claiming that ho was the highest bidder. It is understood that the Appeal-Avalanche will sus pend and the entire field be gived to the Commercial. Li spite of all statements hereto fore made to the contrary the Re publican who has any knowledge on the subject will now acknowledge that the tariff bill will|diortly become a law. It is not such a tariff bill as many Democrats expected, but it is an improvement on the McKinley law and for that reason it will be ac cepted by the Democrats of the country as the best that could bo passed. On last Wednesday, in London, (lugs were flying over government and public buildings in honor of the 57ih anniversay of Queen Victoiia’s succession to the throne. Her Maj esty has reigeed longer than any other ! ruler in the world. Next to her in the point of time are the erapcroi Francis Joseph of Austria, and Fred erick, Grand Duke of Ueden. The Queen, with her seventy-five years, is also the fifth oldest monarch. Some idea of the immensity of the Johnstown Hood and the vast quan tity of sediment in carried [in its on ward rush, may be gained from the fact that a Pullman parlor car has just been unearthed in a cellar where it has remained lost and buried since i the dale of the dread calamity. Nine girls belonging to the bast families at Kuttown, Ky., hav* or | ganized a base ball club. After two ' weeks' practice they will play three ■ games with the boys, the proceeds j to go to charily. PRICE, 5 CIS PER COPY Ilji!ro|>;:olln Cun*. 'l':ilce hoiuo dried root, of decani puuc, pulverize it and measure out min' lumping tablespoon.; mix it with tv.a or 11,roe teaspoons of pulverized pum arable, then divide into nitre equal portion. " hen a person is bitten by u rabid nniimtl, takojuno of these uni t ion and steep in one pint of n.w Silk until 11111 ’lv half the quantity of milk n eva pointed; thou strain and drink it in the morning, fasting four or five hours afterward. The same dosu to be repeated three mornings in suc cession Then skip three mornings and so on until the nine doses uro taken. .. 1 lie patient must avoid getting wet or healed, and abstain from high ly seasoned diet or severe exorcise. If costive lake a dose of salts. The above rem.-ily is for uu ndTHI• for a child it should be reduced. It lakes very little to make some people tired of this life. A Xcw \ orker tried to drown himself the other day, and wh n fished out of the river he was asked to explain tho rash act. He replied that, he was weary of reading about Coxuy ami his army. Senator Uunsoin cannot be blamed because his sen hud no better -uanso limn to speculate even $2O worth in nilgai stock, hut the Incident fur nishes another argument against; Senators appointing tlicit* sons or other members of their family to alike. An anarchist named Itega shot at and attempted to assassinate I’remior Crisp!, at Home, on Saturday last, while lie was liciog driven to the par liament building, Tho anarchist was promptly arrested and will pay the penally of his crime. These republicans ore queer lot. Levi I*. Martin was not good enough fora place on the second Harrison ticket, but now they are anxious to run Inin for governor of New York. Perhaps they think that Levi’s grip on his cash lsn,t what it, was. The ship channel from the Gulf of Mexico to the city of Mobile is soon to i tic lighted by electricity. Tho plant | will be largest so fur used for a simi lar purpose. The channel is thirty miles long, and the alternating cur rent sySt in has been adopted. New Orleans Sausage Agency, .1. .1. WISCIIAN, Aot., I’rcsh Sausage received by express daily, Bologna Sausage, Vienna Sausagn, Terrene Sausage, Pork Sausage to order. Orders hy mail Or leave orders at the Kobo oltlOfl. Prompt attention given to ail orders. HAV HI. LOUI ■ 6ZRR OP ALL SALVOS, Cure* All Eruption! < r Hie Ruin. Twenty FlvtiOme. For Sale by ell Druggists. Geo. R, Douvillier, Practical Slater, All kind . of roof 4 slated In any ntylo ;ml repaint)" neatly and 1 iroii I }>lly done. li*avt; orders at, .Ins, CoinmdV i ndwaro Store, Hay Mt. Loilia, Miss. SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY! A Great Mistake. A recent, dlacovnry !* that I^odarhc, dizziness, dullness, confusion of tho rnlnd, etc., nro duo to U ruitfisniuiit of tho nerva centers which supply tho bruin with norva force* that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia, wind In itomacb, etc., arlao from tho derange menl of tho n rvc centers supplying thebe or* i.mh With nerve fluid or fore. This Is like *)*<) true of many diseases of the h 11 andlunga, Tho fHpv systemis liko a telegraph ■ /stern. -VS will Ik* erju hy tho acc panyh.3 -ut. Tho Hula whltO lines nro myrnk tho n rvts whi ;h jil'■ •01 v y tho nerve woB for from 111 • cv ry port of tho of tho •• • fvi.* y arising 1 horofnita jßor KH thy treat the CjF'j raH 3',:i part affected. mmg yw Franklin Mlit ?, £0 / fjflj M. 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